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Harry Day, 24 Wellington Street (MoC27.67)

24 Wellington Street

History of 24 Wellington Street

The Museum of Cambridge has a collection of whistles that belonged to Harry Day. He lived in Wellington Street and died in 1966 at the age of 82. He played in public houses, at Midsummer and Stourbridge Fairs and at village feasts. He was well known as a step dancer.

1911:

George Day, 64, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 67, b Burwell

Charles, 39, labourer whitesmith, b Cambridge

Harry, 29, college kitchen porter, b Cambridge


1962:

Harry Day

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